Discover the neighborhoods of Miami (FL)
It's hard to imagine Miami as a sleepy town where oranges were cultivated, but that's how it all began. Today, this high-octane city is the kind of glamorous beach destination that attracts celebrities and wide-eyed tourists alike, all flocking to Miami to experience the frenzied pace and excitement of this city. Miami International Airport is a very large international hub, serving flights from all over the world. The airport is busy year-round, and in order to ensure transition from airport to accommodation, many Miami hotels are happy to pick guests up at the airport.
Of course, South Beach is where the Miami party hits a frenetic pitch, with what seems like everyone in the world is simultaneously converging on the beaches and dance floors of this exciting district. Most of South Beach may be exclusive, but the party is available to everyone, and even more so to those who are ready to splurge for the kinds of service and amenities this district can offer. The Art Deco district of South Beach is where visitors can find some of the best accommodations in the city, as well as access to the largest concentration of Art Deco architecture. The Latin population of Miami is among the highest in the country, if not the highest, and Little Havana is one of the best places to experience the ins and outs of the Cuban culture that permeates much of Miami. The thriving community of Little Havana has had a profound effect on the overall culture of Miami, making it feel as if it’s a tropical destination far away from the States.
For more information on hotels and landmarks in the different areas of Miami, take a look at the interactive map on this page and start planning the perfect vacation in this incredible city.